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Children could see how many more days till Christmas. Advent calendar, dwarfs, angels and Christmas tree decorated with lebkuchen, called “Spielzeugbahn” (toy train); doors numbered 1 thru 24.Another relates the “Advent tree”, originating around the mid-19th century; at the start of the Advent period a conifer would be placed in the home and every day a prophecy of the Old Testament would be recited before putting a candle, together with a paper star on which the recited text was written. It bears the signature of Fritz Baumgarten (1883-1966) and the number “381” in the margin below right. This calendar is without glitter, but I have seen some glittered.dars by Tasha Tudor : - COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR, New York, Rand Mc Nally, 1982. - the back page: 25 thru 31 December to be cut out and to be pasted on this page in the blank spaces. ); below left is the signature : A20 Advent calendar, depicting the well known Church of Seiffen. is for "Rotraut"; 14 December 1908-26 April 1986 ), an author and illustrator; below right is printed “Korsch Verlag” and logo; on the left “Made in Germany 11451”. First printed in 1966, in München, and published up to 1997, ref. Under "AFKH" usually double arches 21x 29 cm (ie 2x 21x15) glossy images were produced. Indication of designer: “DRGM” (Deutsches Reich Gebrauchsmuster (German Reich Registered Design)) and illustrator's signature and on the back “Druck und Verlag: Mitteldeutsche Kunstanstalt Heidenau/SA 4514. A39 Advent calendar, designed by Fritz Baumgarten (1883-1966), in the form of a tear-off calendar, starting with day 1, being December 1st and ending with day 24, being December 24th. In the base is a candle holder and when lit, light shines through. 2) This is consistent with information in the pre-1957 Herold catalog when it was offered as “Nr.- THE DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS, New York, Rand Mc Nally, 1980, 11" x 25 1/2". A18 Advent calendar, design by Rolf Keller (June 5,1898 in Wurzen - December 31,1970 in Chemnitz, at that time called "Karl-Marx-Stadt"), showing a Christmas tree laden with lebkuchen and a snowy village and Santa in a sleight in the background; doors numbered from 1 thru 24. Doors, numbered from 1 thru 24, said to be arranged in the form of the numbers of a clock. Later, as "Kruger" as far as known only the small arches 21x15 (A5). It was the intention that each day a page was removed and usually they were glued into a book. 203 Adventslaterne, mit 24 Fenstern zum öffnen DM 1.20” 3) Mr. Below right is “GR” and I was told to be the publisher "Groot - Verlag, Hamburg", but calendar A161 is also signed “GR”, and has been published by Crystal Verlag! Made in W.-Germany” and published in 1972, with and without glitter.
It is made of pressed cardboard (Prägedruck : embossed printing or relief printing), with doors to be opened, from 1 thru 24, published in 1935. A2 Stand-up advent calendar, depicting Maria and the Christchild with anges and animals in a wood. A5 Advent calendar, angels decorating a Christmas tree; highlighted with glitter. Text in margin: “Made in Switzerland” and “FRI (logo) SU 101” Signed what I can make out to be “H. A6 Stand-up 4-panel "Adventshauschen" advent calendar or advent house, with 28 windows, a door and 4 Christmas scenes in round transparant paper panels, design Carl Schmauk (1868-1947); on the front panel is printed “S. On the holy night, after all the windows are open, the door, with behind it the Baby Jezus in crib, is opened.
Below right is printed “Printed in US Zone Germany” and on the left “313”. A14 Advent calendar, showing a church with 5 unnumbered doors. As all the doors were very clumsily replaced, I have removed all of them, thereby revealing what is behind them. A17 German “Frösi-Weihnachtskalender ” with “Schlüsselkarte zum Frösi-Adventskalender”(Christmas calendar with key card for Frösi advent calendar), supplement of the magazine “Fröhlich sein und singen” edition 1959, number 11. Open it shows Santa in a sleigh and many children and a house, with doors numbered from 1 thru 24. Krüger, Hamburg and Wiechmann Publishing House, Starnberg near Munic. Below left is printed: “© 1961/63 Walt Disney Productions m 20” and on the right “Printed in Germany”. In the margin below left is printed the designer’s information “Entwurf: Gesellschaft Graphik u. A38 Advent calendar “Kling Glöckchen” with its original wrapping, consisting of a cardboard back panel on which the tear off advent calendar is fixed. In addition the sheets still have another function.
I have seen a similar one with a paper glued to the back explaining Advent and on this paper was printed “Made in Western Germany”; I do not know what was printed on the calendar itself. When I have a color image where I can see which doors are the original ones, I can replace them. Junge Welt – Verlag für Zeitungen und Zeitschriften. A22 & A23 Two Advent calendars with glitter, each doors numbered from 1 thru 24. These calendars come from a family in The Netherlands. A27 Advent calendar HACO, angels in an interior, with glitter and with its original wrapping. Below left is printed “HACO 0176” and below right is a signature “Lore H.” (Lore Hummel). On the back of the wrapping there is the handwritten text “Herzliche Adventsgrüsse Tante Lore, Onkel Kurt”. The “m” logo means that it is by Michel Verlag in Nürnberg. Ortlieb“ (Ursula Ortlieb) and in the margin is printed in an oval “p.m.b.” (Paul Meyer Bremen) and on the left “Nr. See advent calendar A115, A119, A173 and A174 by the same artist. The illustrated angels are typical Erzgebirge made by Wendt & Kühn (ref. Kunst” and on the right probably the printer’s or publisher’s specifications “Merzdorf & Frosch, Saalfeld-S./0182 5704 30.5.49”. They are a pack of cards, called “Weihnachtsquartett”.
My first was given to me by a family member, who inherited this family Advent calendar from his mother, who was born in Germany.
I never had one before, knew about them, but had not paid much attention to them, but it was clear to me that it was an old one.
In 1839 he used a wooden wheel with four large and nineteen small candles.